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* Pentagon Program To Launch Market To Bet On Future Terror Attacks
* Citigroup, J.P. Morgan Pay $300M For Helping Enron Deceive Investors
* Saudis & Bush Hold Emergency Meeting Over 9/11 Report
* AIDS Cases Rise For First Time In Decade
* Indiana Postpones Execution To Test DNA
* Texas Dem. Lawyers Flee to NM to Protest GOP
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* Israeli Troops Fire Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets at Protesters Outside West Bank "Apartheid Wall"
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon arrives in Washington today to meet with President Bush on the so-called “road map to peace.” Among issues they will discuss is construction of what the Israelis call a security wall and Palestinians see as an apartheid wall. We go to Jenin to talk with injured ISM activist Jordan Flaherty.
* Australian Man Pleads for U.S. Not To Try Son By Secret Military Tribunal
Terry Hicks visits the United States with hopes to see his son, David, who has been detained at Guantanamo Bay. Yesterday Hicks locked himself in a cage in New York City to protest his son’s detention.
* Could Arianna Huffington Become Governor of California?
With the gubernatorial recall vote two months away, Democracy Now! speaks with author Arianna Huffington on her potential candidacy; Green Party candidate Peter Camejo on Gov. Gray Davis and the Enron connection; and Ted Costa, the anti-tax advocate who started the recall initiative.
* U.N.-backed School Threatens to Shutdown Radio For Peace International
Administrators at the University for Peace in Costa Rico orders shut the hemisphere’s only shortwave radio station dedicated to peace and social justice. Station staff have locked themselves in the station. We go inside the studios to talk to station head James Latham.